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"How high the larynx" : collecting the vocal tract configurations of Sarah Vaughan with the guiding purpose of enhancing jazz vocal performance and pedagogy

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Lawry DMA Dissertation
Collecting the vocal tract configurations of Sarah Vaughan with the guiding purpose of enhancing jazz vocal performance and pedagogy
1 PDF file (85 pages) D.M.A. New England Conservatory of Music 2016. Includes bibliographical references. Sound files are only available in the New England Conservatory Archives.
Contributor(s):
Jo Lawry - Author
Primary Item Type:
Dissertation
Identifiers:
LC Call No. Archive MT4.B7 N385 2016, .L39
Language:
English
Subject Keywords:
Vaughan, Sarah, ǂd 1924-1990--Criticism and interpretation; Singing--Physiological aspects; Singing--Instruction and study; Jazz vocals--History and criticism; Voice--Physiological aspects; Voice culture.
First presented to the public:
5/16/2016
Originally created:
5/16/2016
Date will be made available to public:
2016-05-16   
Original Publication Date:
5/16/2016
Previously Published By:
unpublished manuscript
Citation:
Extents:
Number of Pages - 85
Number of files - 1
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Date Deposited
2016-05-16 13:32:45.202
Submitter:
Damian Iseminger

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